home for christmas?
BEN has a special status at the Blue Cross home in Kimpton. He is the longest stay dog at the shelter for animals but if a new owner can be found he could be in a home of his own by Christmas. Ben, who has been in the care of pet charity Blue Cross since
BEN has a special status at the Blue Cross home in Kimpton.
He is the longest stay dog at the shelter for animals but if a new owner can be found he could be in a home of his own by Christmas.
Ben, who has been in the care of pet charity Blue Cross since May 26, is a neutered Lab cross aged about eight.
He is intelligent and would like a home with someone who is familiar with the fine qualities of Labradors which are adaptable and devoted.
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Ben loves playing with a ball and is good to walk on the lead. He does, however, like to chase cats and other small animals so he is looking for a home as an only pet.
Ben knows how to sit, give paw and lay down. He enjoys learning new things.
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The hours for viewing the dogs, cats and rabbits at Kimpton are 10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday (Wednesday 10 am - 3 pm). It is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
The website is www.bluecross.org.uk
Blue Cross is housed in converted old farmhouses at Kimpton Bottom Road, Kimpton. The phone number is 01438 832232.